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7 May 2002

Swarthmore Presses Ahead with Lockheed Challenge Following Shareholder Vote [USA]

Author: Swarthmore College

Buoyed by developments at Lockheed Martin’s recent shareholders meeting, Swarthmore College will continue to press the company to broaden its anti-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation.

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7 May 2002

RBoS' Direct Line, others 'watering down' ethical criteria - study

Author: AFX

"No accreditation or standard exists for SRI funds in the UK. As a result, new SRI entrants such as Direct Line who base their fund on the FTSE4Good 50 Index include companies with poor ethical and environmental reputations"

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7 May 2002

HIV/AIDS: IAVI, Swedish Firm Cooperate On Vaccine Research

Author: UN Wire

Swedish biotechnology firm Bioption AB and the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative yesterday announced a partnership to develop and test new HIV/AIDS vaccines to target HIV subtypes common in developing countries

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7 May 2002

New Child Labour Book "The Next Steps" Commissioned by the ICFTU Released on 7 May, 2002

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

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7 May 2002

Child labour in SA not common, says Mdladlana [South Africa]

Author: Business Day [South Africa]

Even though SA experienced its first child labour court case a few months ago, child labour here, unlike in most parts of the world, was not commonplace, nor was it necessarily harmful, said Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana.

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7 May 2002
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Author: Confederación Internacional de Organizaciones Sindicales Libres

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6 May 2002

Sweden's Bioption, IAVI partnering to develop globally accessible AIDS vaccines

Author: International AIDS Vaccine Initiative

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6 May 2002

Business community has key role to play in fight against AIDS, Fréchette [U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Louise Fréchette] says

Author: United Nations

...The Deputy Secretary-General noted that business could have a key impact in the fight against the disease...by making changes in the workplace, including drawing up effective AIDS policies and ensuring effective support and care for infected...

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6 May 2002

Third of Africa's kids work

Author: News24.com

Sub-Saharan Africa had the highest proportion of labouring children between the ages of five and 14, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) reported on Monday.

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6 May 2002

Child labour on a high: global report

Author: South African Broadcasting Corporation

Sub-Saharan Africa has shown to have the most intense problem with three out of every ten children involved in child labour. Seven out of every 10 children involved in child labour work on farms

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